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  Reply # 1242539 19-Feb-2015 19:45
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Panasonic Automotive batteries are manufactured in Thailand but they are good quality




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  Reply # 1242544 19-Feb-2015 20:02
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Geektastic: Most Nikon cameras and lenses are now made in Thailand.


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  Reply # 1242547 19-Feb-2015 20:03
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TimA: Like the Japanese quality if a Mazda BT-50 made in Thailand!!

Ford, Holden, Mitsi... Utes have been made there since the first "Rodeo" (which are now "Great Wall")

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  Reply # 1242594 19-Feb-2015 21:02
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the made in China Audis are just as Vorsprung




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  Reply # 1242607 19-Feb-2015 21:21
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WTH is the term 'Japan Quality' supposed to mean. To me it implies it is Japanese, but if it is Chinese, them how could it be Japan quality. If is made in china, then it is going to be Chinese quality. you can't have your cake and eat it too. It's like advertising something is NZ quality, but it is made in china. It's probably the type of advertising the commerce commission should look at to see if they think it is ok to advertise that way in NZ, but who has the time to report it, and do they have the resources either.

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  Reply # 1242643 19-Feb-2015 21:50
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mattwnz: WTH is the term 'Japan Quality' supposed to mean. To me it implies it is Japanese, but if it is Chinese, them how could it be Japan quality. If is made in china, then it is going to be Chinese quality. you can't have your cake and eat it too. It's like advertising something is NZ quality, but it is made in china. It's probably the type of advertising the commerce commission should look at to see if they think it is ok to advertise that way in NZ, but who has the time to report it, and do they have the resources either.


wasn't there an article or news program about Kumara grown in China but sold here and giving the impression that it was a NZ product. Pretty sure they were given a slap on the wrist for doing it.




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  Reply # 1242675 19-Feb-2015 22:28
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mattwnz: WTH is the term 'Japan Quality' supposed to mean. To me it implies it is Japanese, but if it is Chinese, them how could it be Japan quality. If is made in china, then it is going to be Chinese quality. you can't have your cake and eat it too. It's like advertising something is NZ quality, but it is made in china. It's probably the type of advertising the commerce commission should look at to see if they think it is ok to advertise that way in NZ, but who has the time to report it, and do they have the resources either.


it means Japan Quality. :D




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  Reply # 1242676 19-Feb-2015 22:33
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mattwnz: WTH is the term 'Japan Quality' supposed to mean. To me it implies it is Japanese, but if it is Chinese, them how could it be Japan quality. If is made in china, then it is going to be Chinese quality. you can't have your cake and eat it too. It's like advertising something is NZ quality, but it is made in china. It's probably the type of advertising the commerce commission should look at to see if they think it is ok to advertise that way in NZ, but who has the time to report it, and do they have the resources either.


it means Japan Quality. :D


But how can you claim Japanese quality if it wasn't actually made in Japan. Eg what standard are they using to make that claim. Chinese made quality is arguably better than the quality of some Japanese made stuff anyone. Eg apple stuff is Chinese and great quality.

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  Reply # 1242679 19-Feb-2015 22:40
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packages claim all sorts of things, that's what i'm trying to say. assume it's a lie until proven true.




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  Reply # 1243383 21-Feb-2015 02:41
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Maybe it is like olive oil. -extra virgin, virgin and then everything else

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  Reply # 1243399 21-Feb-2015 07:25
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mattwnz:
joker97:
mattwnz: WTH is the term 'Japan Quality' supposed to mean. To me it implies it is Japanese, but if it is Chinese, them how could it be Japan quality. If is made in china, then it is going to be Chinese quality. you can't have your cake and eat it too. It's like advertising something is NZ quality, but it is made in china. It's probably the type of advertising the commerce commission should look at to see if they think it is ok to advertise that way in NZ, but who has the time to report it, and do they have the resources either.


it means Japan Quality. :D


But how can you claim Japanese quality if it wasn't actually made in Japan. Eg what standard are they using to make that claim. Chinese made quality is arguably better than the quality of some Japanese made stuff anyone. Eg apple stuff is Chinese and great quality.


It's the same as "designed in the USA" built in China, reference Apple. Don't see an issue with it really.




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Could it be a counterfeit ?

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